Lead Designer, Marketing Animoto
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Animoto is looking for a jaw-droppingly awesome designer to join our marketing team and lead the design efforts on everything from promotional online web pages to print advertising campaigns. We're a well-funded startup with steady growth, so it's a great time to come on board.
Your plate will be full. You'll help shape the design direction of our various marketing efforts and ensure that everything produced is both pixel-perfect and cohesively represents the Animoto brand. In addition, you'll working on various website pages that will be seen by millions of people each month and will shape a significant part of Animoto?s web presence. You'll have to internalize our brand, then contribute to the critical decisions about its evolution. The Lead Designer will also work closely with freelancers to ensure brand compliance, so if you have management experience it is a definite plus for this role.
But here's the catch: we need the best. We've won every sort of award, from the Webbys to SXSW to the Crunchies, and we've been covered by all sorts of media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and TechCrunch among others. Your work will uphold our reputation while pushing Animoto's visual identity forward into the coming decade.
To do this job, here's what you're going to need:
Exceptional creativity in web design
Strong sense of layout/composition, typography, and aesthetic coherence
Deep understanding of the web space, including responsive design
Understanding of HTML/CSS and best practices around responsive web design
Experience working with content management systems
Thorough awareness of emerging web, social, and technical design trends
Expert-level proficiency with Photoshop, Illustrator
A winning personality: eager, motivated, collaborative, engaging, and most importantly, detail-oriented
5+ years of professional graphic design experience
Willingness to work in New York City
An online portfolio
A design degree
These qualifications will move you to the front of the list:
Understanding of print assets (resolution/dpi, color spaces, gutter/bleed, etc)
Experience working with InDesign
Familiarity and/or working knowledge of jQuery
Management or project management experience
This is a full-time position at our headquarters in the NoHo neighborhood in Manhattan, NYC. To understand our culture, we're progressive, we push the limits, and we have a great, young, vibrant office where we love to come and work hard. Still not convinced? Check out the Business Insider piece written about our office.
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